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B&B Ventisei Scalini a Trastevere
Ranked #504 of 3,762 Rome B&B and Inns
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Reviewed 28 July 2013

My stay at the B&B was perfect, really -- great location, terrific amenities -- everything you need for a few days in Rome. I stayed in the Room Poeta, and enjoyed waking up in the morning and opening the beautiful windows to the street below. Great shower, bathroom adjoining -- and easy to access when I arrived. Overall, great experience!!

  • Stayed: July 2013, travelled solo
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Reviewed 1 July 2013

We really enjoyed our stay here. My husband and I stayed here for two nights in June during our stay in Rome. If authentic location, good food and night life within walking distance but with less tourists is your thing, this is your place. It's authentically Italian, meaning quirky bathroom fittings, modest bedding and a typical Italian breakfast assortment (croissants, nutella, an assortment of cereals and cafe). Having lived in Italy, I enjoyed staying in a place that resembles the accommodations of most of the apartments in the area and most importantly, I loved staying in such a cool, off-beat neighborhood such as Trastevere. Did I mention it's close to some of the best tasting food in Rome as well as best night-life? Highly recommend if these things are important to you.

  • Stayed: June 2013, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 27 January 2013

We loved the location, easy access to main attractions in Rome, and good bar and nightlife in the evenings. You could ask for better location. Trastevere is a place frequented by more locals than tourists in the evenings so you get a nice local feeling. Unfortunately, the breakfast was too simple and we had to buy our own, but owner is very very friendly.

Room Tip: Ask for a room facing the back, as the streets can be noisy at night with people leaving the bars.
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  • Stayed: December 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 18 September 2012

It's a bit of an oddity, this place. A large, top-floor apartment has been converted so it has 3 B&B bedrooms, and one communal kitchen. Breakfast is a help-yourself affair of cereals and breads and croissants and teas and coffees, plus whatever you bring in yourself from Trastavere's many lovely food outlets. The place is very well situated, across the road from the greatest pizza restaurant ever (Dar Poeta), and it's right on the edge of the touristy bit of Trastavere. It has lightning fast Wifi too.

All very well.

It's a bit shabby though. The conversion job was done, I reckon, very cheaply indeed, which means oddly shaped rooms (we had a cramped triangular bedroom with a too-big bathroom), el cheapo fixtures and fittings, including but not limited to; a shower that one had to breath in to fit into, and then sprayed water all over the bathroom due to an ancient, falling to bits shower head; very old and creaky aircon; a toilet for people 8ft or over (seriously, I don't think my feet have dangled off a toilet like this since I was 5!); and the noisiest fridge in the world. The incredibly steep stairs up to its second floor setting are getting somewhat careworn, and there's a weird smell in the kitchen.

But to be honest, we were too busy out and about in Rome to be in the place that much!

Room Tip: If you end up in the front room, Poeta, make sure you have earplugs. The noise from the pizza queue...
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  • Stayed: September 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 11 March 2012

The rooms are comfortable, clean and very convenient and very reasonably priced. The hosts are accommodating, pleasant and go out of their way to make the stay pleasurable. But the front room, Poeta, is over a very popular, and very good, pizza place which parties until 5 AM on Saturday night. As there is no insulation anywhere, you will get no sleep, so you might as well go out and party also. Get one of the back rooms and you won't be sorry.

Room Tip: Just don't get the front room known as "Poeta". There is no insulation anywhere in the...
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  • Stayed: March 2012, travelled with family
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Reviewed 17 January 2011

My boyfriend and I lived in this cozy hotel for 1 week and it was really a pleasure. The location was in the best area in Rome with great amount of restaurants, cafes and trattorias, probably we wish to live closer to the main touristic pieces but anyway this district was 20-25 mins equally far from everything. Maybe a lil bit noisy but our room "Musician" was the best coz it was opposite the busy street. It was a bit cold at the beginning but the owner Gianluca was so hospitable and it was even hot in our room afterwards. Though in a bathroom it was only after hot water was switched on .
I truly recommend Trasteverino and want to thank Gianluca for making out trip a plesant one.

  • Stayed: January 2011, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 24 May 2010

Our stay at Trasteverino B&B was great. Our host, Gianluca was very friendly and very helpful. His english is quite good so communication was easy. He greated us on arrival and showed us everything we needed about the B&B. A safe place for our bicycles was provided (we were touring Italy by bicycle). The room was spacious and very clean, with daily cleaning and fresh towels when needed. The bed was good. Breakfast was very nice with ample supplies of fresh fruit, yogurt, milk, cerial, bottled water, packaged cookies, toast and packaged croissants and even our own espresso machine to make coffee whenever we wanted. We would have preferred fresh croissants but that is a small negative. there is a shared kitchen area and some travel guides and books which we borrowed during our stay. We stayed in the "poeta" room which overlooks the street and a very very busy (and very good) pizzaria, Dar Poeta. It can get very noisy in the evenings and the windows even when closed do little to shut out the sound, so bring earplugs. Other reviews said the "Musician" room is more quiet. We tried to book that room but Gianluca reserves the right to give you whatever room is available. If we were to return, I would insist on reserving the quiter room (if available for booking dates) and not book here if he is unwilling to commit to that. This was the one significant negative of our stay. All that said, we were so tired from walking around Roma that we slept reasonably well. Once the restaurant closes it gets quiet for the night until about 6:30 or 7:00 when the sound of motor scooters is sure to wake you.

All in all a great value, in a great location that makes walking to the sights easy. Trastevere is a very cool place to be with lots of restaurants, shops and a good buzz about it.

  • Stayed: May 2010, travelled as a couple
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Address: Vicolo del Bologna 33, 00153 Rome, Italy
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Region: Italy > Lazio > Rome > Trastevere
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Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly ) Suites Airport Transportation
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Ranked #504 of 3,762 B&Bs / Inns in Rome
Price Range: £45 - £90 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:2 star — B&B Ventisei Scalini a Trastevere 2*
Number of rooms: 6
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Among the characteristic alley of Trastevere All rooms have private bathroom, air conditioning, minibar, safe, TV lcd, breakfast, daily cleaning,internet connection,Wi-Fi. Offers all the comforts of a hotel for the price of a Bed and Breakfast.Its position is strategic for visiting the city, in fact, with a pleasent walk you can reach the beautiful Piazza Navona, San Pietro, Castel S. Angelo, S. Maria in Trastevere, etc. Etc.Of course there are no time limits, the guest has his own key to return at any time.The elegantly furnished rooms, all equipped with private bathroom with shower gel, shampoo, soap, linen, LCD TV, refrigerator, safe, air conditioning.Breakfast is "Italian style" and there are no time limits for entitlement, every day will also provide mineral water and snacks, all included in the price.Tutte le stanze con bagno privato in camera, aria condizionata, frigo bar, cassetta di sicurezza, T.V. Lcd, prima colazione, pulizia e rifacimento delle camere tutte le mattine.Collegamento internet, Wi-Fi.Le camere arredate elegantemente, sono tutte dotate di bagno privato con bagnoschiuma, shampoo, sapone, biancheria, TV Lcd, frigorifero, cassetta di sicurezza, aria condizionata.La colazione e " all'italiana" e non ci sono limiti d'orario per usufruirne, inoltre ogni giorno verranno forniti acqua minerale e snack, il tutto compreso nel prezzo. ... more   less 
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